• November 3, 2015

ProsperWorks Gets Google Apps for Work Recommendation

ProsperWorks today became the first recommended CRM platform in the newly launched Google for Work Partner Program, a curated set of applications that tightly integrates with Google Apps for Work.

The cloud-based, cross-platform CRM seamlessly integrates within Gmail, Google Drive and the rest of the Google Apps suite. The user interface was one of the first to adopt Google's Material Design and creates a unified user experience across the Web app, mobile apps, and Chrome extension.

ProsperWorks eliminates manual data entry, automates workflows and task management, and offers business insights with customer data aggregated in one place.

"With ProsperWorks, sales teams can interact with their customers from within Gmail and Google Hangouts and work on customer proposals and sales forecasts with Google Docs and Drive," said Rahul Sood, managing director of Google Apps for Work, in a statement. "We chose ProsperWorks because it was built from the ground up to integrate with the Google Apps suite and built with Google's Material Design concepts."

"The biggest problem with CRM is that nobody wants to use it. ProsperWorks' simple, smart CRM has solved that problem," said ProsperWorks' CEO and co-founder, Jon Lee, in a statement. "Together with Google, we are improving workforce productivity by offering a unified platform for managing all your business needs."

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